This industry is chaotic. Building and renovating is time-consuming and stressful. We’re not just talking about the construction side of things, but also the long planning process. You’re busy, and in between the hectic workday, drop-offs, preparing dinner, dog walks, and much needed family time, you don’t want to be researching suppliers and trades, sourcing products, placing orders, and putting together schedules.
You know what you’re good at, and so do we. Let us take care of all the time-consuming and stressful tasks, because we know how to do so efficiently and effectively. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the process.
Our mission is to help busy professionals who desire well thought-out, quality interior spaces. We offer a transparent and professional interior design process that will keep your project on time and on budget.
We’ll help you create a space that reflects who you are, where you live, and what you love.
We are a customer-focused business that operates with honesty and integrity and treats every client the way we would want to be treated.
Chanelle Ashforth is the principal designer and founder of Studio Ash Interior Design.
After receiving her Business Management Diploma from KPU and a Bachelor of Interior Design from CIDA-accredited BCIT, Chanelle spent several years working in the industry as a residential interior designer. Her experience has given her a deep understanding and appreciation for all things design. As an NCIDQ certified designer and registered professional member of IDIBC, she is focused on educating the public about the intricacy and value of the interior design profession.
Chanelle’s signature design style is a mix of contemporary, classic, and casual. Natural light, organic elements, earthy tones, brushed metals, and vintage touches are the elements that define and distinguish a Studio Ash designed home.
VINTAGE COLLECTOR, WINE DRINKER. HOMEBODY, DOG LOVER.
— SHAUNA NIEQUIST
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Don’t know where to start? We’re here to help! We believe that good design goes beyond aesthetics; the most successful projects are those built on understanding, open communication, and early planning.
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